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S. F. Cusack S. F. Cusack i(A146417 works by) (a.k.a. Sidney Francis Cusack)
Also writes as: 'Billzac' ; 'Levuka' ; 'Veteran'
Born: Established: ca. 1882 Levuka,
South Pacific, Pacific Region,
; Died: Ceased: Sep 1950 Melbourne, Victoria,
Gender: Male
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S.F. Cusack was a West Australian journalist. During the interwar years he was sporting editor at the Perth Sunday Times. In the 1940s he worked at the West Australian and the Western Mail.

During World War I Cusack served in Palestine, from where he contributed occasional articles to the Sunday Times. Whilst in Palestine he also contributed to the armed forces magazine, the Kia-Ora Coo-ee.

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